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medicare, medicaid or through the military. 15% of americans don't have insurance. so, that leaves you with only 5% of americans that actually get insurance through private markets. of that 5%, about half of them are going to get a much better deal. they'll get comprehensive care either at the same rate or at lower rates, lower premiums. another half of that, which is about 2% total of americans will probably be paying more. but what that 2% paying more, the benefits we get from that group are, one f they get sick, they get more comprehensive coverage than they may have in many instances. two, there is in effect, as john said -- >> but we've heard all of this. this is all talking points. we've heard all of this. >> we're talking about a very small percentage of americans that are ultimately affected by this. the problem is -- >> then why is there so much political backlash is? why are so many people upset? why is even the democrats, the party sort of questioning this now? >> because when you have even 2% or 3 % of americans, that's about 6 million americans, they can make a lot of nois
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